Archive

3,937 results found
May Dip 2023

May Dip 2023

Students gathered at the East Sands at dawn to take part in the traditional May Dip.

Response to The Times

Response to The Times

Copy of response to Mark Smith and The Times sent on Thursday 20 April 2023.

Music key to the spiritual?

Music key to the spiritual?

Ambitious scientific study seeks to demonstrate a direct link between music and spirituality.

Saints Golf retain BUCS title

Saints Golf retain BUCS title

The University Performance Golf Team has won the British Universities & Colleges Sport (BUCS) National Final for the second year in a row.

Teaching Excellence Awards 2023

Teaching Excellence Awards 2023

Top teachers at the University of St Andrews have been recognised by colleagues and students as part of the annual Teaching Excellence Awards.

'Lost' manuscript published

'Lost' manuscript published

A 'lost' novel has been published almost 70 years after it was written by Willa Muir, thanks to Special Collections.

RSE honours

RSE honours

The Deputy Head of the School of Chemistry has been honoured by The Royal Society of Edinburgh.

UCF Year 3 Round 2

UCF Year 3 Round 2

University of St Andrews Community Fund continues cost-of-living support for local groups.

St Andrews PRIDE

St Andrews PRIDE

The annual PRIDE returned on Saturday 1 April for the first time since before the Covid pandemic, bringing together students and staff and the local community to show support for LGBTQ+ people.

What a drag!

What a drag!

Students from the University of St Andrews posed on the West Sands dressed up for the annual Students' Association Dragwalk.

QS rankings boost for Arts and Humanities

QS rankings boost for Arts and Humanities

Arts and Humanities subjects at the University of St Andrews are amongst the strongest in the world for teaching and research, according to a new international ranking.

Renowned pianist to perform in St Andrews

Renowned pianist to perform in St Andrews

One of the most brilliant aJoanna MacGregor CBE will perform a solo recital at the Laidlaw Music Centre on Good Friday (7 April).

Four they are jolly good fellows

Four they are jolly good fellows

Four St Andrews professors were elected to join the Royal Society of Edinburgh's 2023 intake of Fellows this week (Wednesday 22 March).

Human impact on biodiversity

Human impact on biodiversity

St Andrews scientists discover that widespread species increase the number of sites they occupy, whereas more narrowly distributed species decline.

Presidency for Principal

Presidency for Principal

University of St Andrews Principal appointed next President of Universities UK (UUK).

Loyal Address to the King

Loyal Address to the King

A delegation from the University took part in a long-held tradition at Buckingham Palace last week (Thursday 9 March).

Environment Prize 2023

Environment Prize 2023

University marks 25 years of supporting sustainable global projects with annual contest.

Making Net Zero Scotland a reality

Making Net Zero Scotland a reality

The Centre for Energy Ethics has been awarded a £600,000 grant by the Scottish Funding Council to lead a new research collaboration on energy and sustainability.

Golf for health

Golf for health

A pioneering health initiative has been piloted in Fife with golf being 'prescribed' for individuals to encourage a more active lifestyle.

Ukraine - Music in Wartime

Ukraine - Music in Wartime

World-renowned Principal Conductor of the Odesa Philharmonic Orchestra, Hobart Earle, brings his tales of music in wartime Ukraine to St Andrews next week (Wednesday 22 February).

St Andrews golf scholars triumph in the sun

St Andrews golf scholars triumph in the sun

University of St Andrews golf scholars enjoyed a break from Fife's winter winds recently when they played at Troia Golf Club in Portugal as part of the R&A Student Tour Series.

Industrial action

Industrial action

In an email to all sudents and staff today (Monday 30 January 2023), the Proctor provided details on the upcoming UCU strike action at the University.

University leads the way with unique High North Security project

University leads the way with unique High North Security project

Academic experts, politicians and business leaders gathered to take part in the Scottish Council of Global Affairs (SCGA) conference focusing on 'High and Wider North Security' following Russia's invasion of Ukraine.

Peatlands protect our planet

Peatlands protect our planet

A new exhibition opening at the University's Wardlaw Museum explores the importance of peatlands in Scotland and across the world.

Wrecking my old school

Wrecking my old school

A former St Andrews secondary pupil has played a leading role in taking a wrecking ball to his old school.

Great ape gestures

Great ape gestures

Humans retain an understanding of gestures made by other great apes, according to a new study by St Andrews researchers.

Golf on prescription

Golf on prescription

A pioneering health initiative has been piloted in Fife with golf 'prescribed' for individuals to encourage a more active lifestyle.